By Ben Walley
This silky slackline dancer shows of his smooth moves as he dances his way along a wire.
Josh Beaudoin from Moab, Utah got into slacklining over ten years ago, and hasn’t looked back – or down – since.
The 36-year-old says the art of slacklining allows him to observe a moment like no other activity can.
Josh said: “The connection between the mind and body cannot be put into better perspective – slacklining pushes the very limits of what a human can do.”
Performing his tricks and dance moves at events and festivals, Josh has also taught slackline workshops to thousands of people over the years.
He loves practising his impressive balancing variations and says it often takes years to perfect certain moves.
He added: “The Slackline Surf is something that has taken the longest to perfect and seems to be something that nobody else does.”